OnePlus teases 2K LTPO display on the new OnePlus 10 Pro

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OnePlus is all set to launch its flagship for this year, the OnePlus 10 Pro tomorrow in China. As the launch gets near, many leaks and rumors have been confirmed about the smartphone. But, now after the public teasers for the smartphone by the company has confirmed some more details about the device.

The recent teaser poster by OnePlus reveals the details about the display on the device. The new OnePlus 10 Pro will come with Samsung’s new LTPO 2.0 display that supports 2K resolution and a dynamic refresh rate up to 120 Hz. Also, a new 1 Hz Always-on-display is teased in the poster. This will be the world’s first smartphone to come with a 1 Hz Always-on-display.

As we all know, the OnePlus 10 Pro will be powered by the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset which is the latest and the greatest from Qualcomm. Also, Oppo has already made clear that all the OnePlus smartphones in China will be launched with Color OS from now. The device might launch with Oxygen OS for other regions, but that might also change in near future.

There are some other leaks that give details about the camera and battery on the device. The OnePlus 10 Pro will come with a 5000 mAh battery which will support 80W fast-charging known as SuperVOOC charging. It will also support wireless charging up to 50W known as AirVOOC wireless charging and reverse wireless charging as well.

In the camera department, OnePlus is providing a triple camera setup by Hasselblad. This setup includes a 48 MP sensor, a 50 MP sensor, and an 8 Mp sensor. For selfies, OnePlus is providing a 32 MP selfie shooter at the front. Other details about the device will be available after the launch tomorrow along with the price. So, we have to wait for a few hours more.

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